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-- starting tomorrow. good evening, i'm ann
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notarangelo. i b.a.r.t riders be aware. a new fee for certain commuters starting tomorrow. good evening. we are live in downtown hayward at one of the last b.a.r.t stations to offer free parking. not for long. hi, christian. >> reporter: yes, brian, that is true. people using the hayward station near downtown hayward are disappointed. b.a.r.t officials say it is pretty important. the money is important for the upkeep of its rail system. now, the concord, north concord and coliseum, oakland airport stations are also a part of this. b.a.r.t communication officer says the fees will go towards cleaning costs and fairgate maintenance. and just take $1 to part weekdays from 4:00 p.m. the majority of riders say the small fee will add up in the long run. >> getting something. >> yes. we want to start charging
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something. >> the cost of living is way beyond what i earned and every dollar counts. >> here is the plan for when the fees go into effect at the 4 stations. concord station will charge right away. tomorrow, north concord station on november 12th and the coliseum, oakland airport station, november 17th. here, at the downtown hayward station they have not set a date just yet. by the way, bart does go back and take a look at the parking program, every six months. it is possible these fees can change. we are live in hayward, back to you. >> b.a.r.t began introducing parking fees 9 years ago. ranging from $1 to $3. the fee is steeper at west oakland at $6.50. >> no shortage of orange and black tonight at at&t park. some fans are more colorful, though, than others. >> top heavy but pretty snug. >> where did you get all of
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those. >> carl's junior thing back in 2002. it is dated but it is good. >> brian this is for you. he bought this outfit before the 2010 series off of the rack and don't question that fan, he came here from alaska. >> hotel and game, how much are you drop something. >> a couple thousand bucks but the giants are that important to me. >> he will get a pass, former giant's great, barry bonds getting ready for tonight's game. giants have big plans to go well beyond the outcome of this year's world series. the team is working on a major development in the area south of at&t park. featuring housing, shops, office space, more importantly for the giants it would create another revenue stream for the team. a lot of plans can hinge on what happens in the election next month. there is a measure on the ballot involving another development on the southern waterfront. any plan the giants would have, also, requiring voter approval.
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>> our military fly over was part of the final absolute today to an oakland airman who flew dozens of missions in world war ii. he was taken prisoner on his 35th mission, his daughter says her father joined the service because he believe believed in freedom. >> he underwent a lot of things for our country. for freedom. and we forget that sometimes. we forget what it was all about. it was not about the fighting it was not about trying to kill somebody, it was about standing for up for what was right. >> he died last month at the age of 91. at today's service his family was presented with an american flag. it took 7 decades but today an airman shot down in world war ii got a proper burial.
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>> reporter: at a silent cemetery in oakland, a hearse arrives, carrying no casket. only a tiny box. lieutenant william cook is finally home. >> i don't think anybody gets over the loss of a loved one if they knew them or not. >> bruce cook was not yet born when his ufrpbg uncle's plane was shot down. his family never knew where until -- uncle's plane was shot down, his family never knew where until hikers spotted something. >> two years ago i got a call from the army they located possible remains. >> reporter: after a search and dna matching, today, the remains returned to oakland for burial with full military honors. >> it has taken seven decades but the family is united once again and forever more. [playing taps. [
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taps ] >> this is a goal we have is to look out for each other and bring each other back. >> reporter: a code of the american military. and one that bruce cook is profoundly grateful for. >> no other country be sides america that would spend this much time, effort, money bringing somebody back. >> reporter: bruce says he is the last direct link to the man who was buried today but it made it all the more important. >> this is my duty. it is my responsibility. >> reporter: in oakland, kpix5. >> lieutenant cook's remains were buried alongside family members but he is keeping the doing tags and the pilot wings that were found at the crash site. this is no game, what may be next for the bay area person for taking photos off of a suspect's phone. looking at the new american
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backyard. how much money this city laid out to come up with the new slogan.
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californians are discovering the real risks behind prop 46. it was written and paid for by the trial lawyers to make them millions... while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has "too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46. area c-h-p officer who admi stealing -- and sharing -- photos from a female suspe's ph charges could be filed against a chp officer who admits stealing and sharing
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nude photos from a suspect's fan. we report the chp spoke up publicly about the case for the first time this weekend. >> we don't see it as a game. we don't treat it as a game. that is immature, unprofessional conduct. >> chp officer shawn harrington was working out of the dublin office when he arrested a 23- year-old woman for suspected dui. when she was take -- taken to jail, she needed to get a number from her phone so she gave her pass word to the officer. >> he took photos. >> reporter: he phone was synched to another advice. >> nudes are better with a face. maybe she knows she has a jacked up horse face another texted back. >> a chp spokesperson when
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choice words for this conduct. >> this t is dehumanizing, horribly offensive, and degrading to all women. according to documents, he told the investigators this kind of image stealing is widespread. seen as a game throughout the department. the chief denies that. two officers are now stripped of their law enforcement hours. one on desk dutiy and another on leave. >> we anticipate taking the highest level of discipline but the investigation supports. >> the chief says he speaks with the contra county district office daily about his investigation. he expects more information to come out later this week. in the news room, kpix5. >> one east bay city is spending serious cash on trying to improve his image. >> dublin is california's third fastest-growing city. some see it as a sprawling advice of big boxed stores and housing. the city paid a pr firm there
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136,000 to do a study and help them rebrand itself. the slogan they came up with, the new american backyard. the mayor says backyards are comfortable places and so is dublin. not your typical lemonade stand. the lessons these bay area kids are learning by not keeping any of the money they make. as we look live. a big turn around in bay area weather ahead. first the heat and then the chance for more rain than we have seen in a long time. the forecast, after a break ,,,,,,,,
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tonight-- after crews finisd repairs on a broken water m it was shut down for 8 hours a busy stretch of road is
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back open after crews fin ired repairs on a broken water main. it was shutdown for 8 hours. close to an exit ramp on southbound 101. traffic was a mess for awhile. school kids in the north bay are taking a stand for a good cause. mark kelly on more of the lessons they are learning from their lemonade stands. >> the lemonade is chilled. the cookies, fresh. >> three chocolate chip. >> lemonade, please. >> it is for charity. >> reporter: these four kids are with the good warrior program. a new initiative teaching 7-14- year-olds that it can be fun. this time, lemonade stand. so far the fun seems to be working. >> it is like having a party
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with your friends. >> reporter: everything here is donated. >> we can help people so that they don't have to find another way to get money. >> reporter: parents hope the fund-raising gets these more fort nat kids exposed to the wider world. >> they think about their brooder community and they are out here all day. not inside on the screen. >> we as a family and they as kids can help peopled in their community and out. >> it is a way to pick up life lessons it. >> lemonade and a cookie would be $1.50. >> reporter: don't ask them how much money is in that box. the accounting lesson comes later. >> we don't know. all we know is that we have a lot. >> we got a lot. we have not counted yet. in marine county, mark kelly, kpix5. >> well, the kids plan to volunteer somewhere different each month. next month they will be at the
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food bank. >> good for them. we have good news in the weather department because it is going to rain this week. that is good. slightly bad side is the timing. we will talk about that in a minute. are we will review all of the numbers, the winds kicking up. a dry flow. the northwesterly direction is a dry direction and it is going good. 17 miles an hour out of the west-northwest in the city. north bay, windy here and there. but, calm, fairfield right now. and, the numbers as we look over the skyline of san francisco, beautiful shot. in fact, you can see and can you see at&t in that picture, ann? >> yes. off to the left. go giants. >> concord, 62 degrees right now. sanfrancisco, 62, santa rose a66 degrees at 8:00 tonight. we will have clear skies, numbers will fall into the low 60s. so, a little bit of a chill in the air. but, it is late october. out the door tomorrow morning, plenty of sun. does not look like fog along
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the shoreline. begin on monday, temperatures in the low to middle 50s. sheer what is happening, rain as it was yesterday. it is lifting up in the pacific northwest. lows kicking inland as it does, taking all of the moisture with it. seattle going to mostly cloudy tomorrow. for us, as long as the jet stays north, the bay area will stay high. bay area pushing in. the temperatures warming up tomorrow. we will be near 80 degrees by wednesday. and then everything changes. the highs out of the picture, the jet stream shifts south and that is going to tap a subtropical trough of moisture. looks like we will get good rain. that is good news -frp the not so good news, looks like it will happen on halloween. we shall see. right now, midday, friday. of course, a long way out. at the moment, it looks like halloween will get wet. near 80 degrees on wednesday. and, then, increasing clouds leading to rain on halloween. linger through saturday. tomorrow, numbers cooler than average this time of the year.
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sanfrancisco, dead on queue. 62, does not look bad in san skwroes a cooler than average. there is that 72. santa clara, 66 at half-moon bay, we head out to the east bay. a lot of sun tomorrow. the temperatures warm a few degrees, back up to 73 in livermore. 73 at walnut creek. low 70s, 72 at san rafell and the far north bay, looking at 67 at clear lake. then n napa valley, 75. look ahead, sunny, sunny, sunny, until it is not. the temperatures warming up through wednesday, friday, saturday, looking wet, then, sunday, once again, going to dry weather. so, hang in, we will get our first dose of rain in quite a little while. so, probably good that if you are really looking forward to halloween. do it early like they are on the peninsula. >> yes. people who play this weekend,
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halloween came early. trick or treaters, kids and adults, packed the howling festival on california avenue. judges, they had a tough job of picking a winner in the costume contest. a lot of games for the kids. this event is a popular annual tradition. we have been busy with football most of the day. >> yes. the raiders, electricking scary this time of the year as you might expect -- the raiders, looking scary this time of the year as you might expect. raiders did they have their first win? coming up ,,,,,,,,,,
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huge game five... a look at the score. right w it's (((score))) in the (((inning))). the series isd at l postgame r giants doing battle right now, game 5, update shows us san francisco leading. that is 2-0. highlights and post game "gameday" tonight at 11:00:30. tragic news out of the dominican republic. late this afternoon, cardinals outfielder was killed when the car he was driving lost control and went off of the road. he was 22 years old and regarded as one ever the top prospects in baseball. look at the raiders schedule. it is hard to find any chances for victory. but, it was one of those opportunities visiting a game blown out by last weekend by a winless jacksonville. lebron james taking a break and getting ready for the season to check out the game. opening drive, raiders decide not to attempt a 57 yard field
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goal. instead, fumbles the snap, recovers, the first pass of the year. intercepted. return to midfield. browns getting a 52 yard field goal from billy off of that turnover to take a 3-0 lead. that is the theme of the game today. late first half, 9-3 cleveland, raiders driving, again, carr gets it, hopkins, nice catch, leading to a field goal, raiders down 9-6 at the half. third quarter, same score, raiders inside. they fumbled it. right into the hands of joe hayden, returning it midfield. this play was the turning point of a game. off of the turnover, getting rolling. hawkins for a 4-yard touchdown. browns up 16-6 with 14 minutes to play. then, little over three minutes to play, 16-6, carr into his own offensive lineman, fumbles the ball, recovered by
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clevelanded in of the oakland 10 yard line. and then, two plays later, ben, going in from 5 yards out to put the game away. final was 23-13. raiders are 0-7. they lost 13 in a row dating back to last season. >> just put it to you this way, i have known you for years, what is it? >> i don't know, man, you can not just point out one thing and say you might be back. i can not say. i just know -- i was telling him, it is a team you see a difference in. you see them fighting. but, it is something. >> 0-7 what do you do now? >> hey, man, all you can do. you know, go to work. that is really all you can do. 49er his their bye-week this week. sanfrancisco's main competition in the nfc west both dramatic finishes. bruce found the perfect play call in the 4th. late in the game.
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cardinals down, less than 2 minutes left. palmer, to brown, look at him haul it in. that is a perfect pass. 75 yard touchdown, arizona is back up on top. the eagles, marching it right back down the field. and a chance to win it. but nick throws it off. matthews caught it. he was out-of-bounds. the cardinals win. they are an nfc best 6-1. russell wilson trying to put this week's contverby behind him. panthers leading, wilson, to luke wilson, game-leading touchdown, only 47 seconds left in the game. now, that was the only touchdown scored. seattle wins 13-9 and the the 49ers have little company in the nfc west. they are both looking up at arizona. who would of thought. 6-1, 2 games ahead of san francisco and both now at 4-3. well it appears reports of tom brady's demise, premature.
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now, 30-35, 5 touchdowns. jay cutler critics will be out in full force. remember whe he carved the 49ers apart. he is going the opposite direction, there is the turnover, new england scored 21 points in 57 seconds. they are going to blow out chicago, 51-23. tom will not be happy. chris and the earthquakes in their final game of a disappointing season. felix taking advantage of sloppy defense and quakes lose 1-0. you know, that -- their new stadium looks beautiful, you know, close to the airport but onfield product is going to have a way to go to match the gleaming new stadium. >> look at that analysis. >> i realize this is not a brain wave but this is the last game of the season at at&t park for the giants. >> that would be -- excellent. >> yes. nice coming back. >> whatever happens tonight it is on to kansas city and let's
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win there. >> and there is one other bit of news we wanted to emphasize. it will get warm this week before it turns cold. the extended forecast is calling for temperatures near 80 degrees by wednesday. then, when halloween rolls around, rain. we need the rain. the temperature will be in the 60s. >> i don't think you will hear complaints for rain even on hol wean. >> thank you for watching. "60 minutes" is up -- halloween. >> thank you for watching. "60 minutes" is up next. good night
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californians are discovering the real risks behind prop 46. it was written and paid for by the trial lawyers to make them millions... while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has "too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46.
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